Medina Executive South Yarra

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

52 Darling Street, South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria, 3141, Australia
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Great Ocean Road (Port Campbell) to Mornington Peninsular via Sorrento Queenscliff Fy Ferry

by wlchin

I will be in Melbourne on Sept. In our itinerary, we plan to drive from GOR to next destination Mornington Peninsular. We are thinking of using sea road via Queenscliff to Sorrento via ferry. Is it the shortest way to cut short the travel distance.

Is there any recommended accomodation (budget hostel or B&B near sorrento or Mornington Peninsular?

Re: Great Ocean Road (Port Campbell) to Mornington Peninsular via Sorrento Queenscliff Fy Ferry

by sirgaw

Much, much, much shorter on the ferry. If its weekend when you travel on the ferry, make sure you get to the terminal early to ensure getting on board.

Sorry can't help with accom, but I do know most of the B&B's are quite expensive - motels generally cheaper. Have a look at and then select Mornington Peninsular and plenty of options come up. We stayed at the Mornington Motel for 2 nights about 2 years ago and found it quite good.

Re: Great Ocean Road (Port Campbell) to Mornington Peninsular via Sorrento Queenscliff Fy Ferry

by swissfondue

I've travelled to the Mornington Peninsula many times and taking the ferry is definitely the quickest and its a lovely trip unless the ferry breaks down which happened to me once!

Sorrento and many areas of the Mornington Peninsula (Red Hill for example) are evolving into very upmarket weekend getaway destinations. There are literally hundreds of B&B's but you may need to do some research to separate the boutique style establishments from the more budget conscious ones.

Sorrento, which would be my choice for an overnight stop, has both a backpackers hostel and a YHA.

Re: Great Ocean Road (Port Campbell) to Mornington Peninsular via Sorrento Queenscliff Fy Ferry

by leffe3

As everyone else says, ferry much quicker - cuts out about 3-4 hours of driving round the bay and through Melbourne (and the drive from approx Geelong to Melbourne is desperately boring!!!).

Ferry runs approximately every hour - for schedule and details.

Accommodation. Mornington Peninsula is a culinary and wine tour getaway with lots of luxury weekend specials - but certainly not budget. Saying that, there are heaps of motels on the main Sorrento to Melbourne coastal road. Do a Google search typing in coastal town + motel. (eg Rosebud + motel). Never stayed in hotel/motel on MP so cannot recommend – have considered in the past spending a night, hence the reason why noticed the number of places on the road that would be ideal for an overnighter.

Visiting Victoria, Melbourne

by Evangelista2010


May I know
when are you going
where are you from
how many of you
whether you would be keen that to have trips that we can joined together?

I (female in my mid 30s) am going with my parents and a girl friend of mine.
September 8th - 12th.

If you are keen, can you email me at : ?


Travel Tips for Melbourne


by baileyniko

The St. Kilda Esplanade is a lovely way to spend the day by the water and shop as well. It's been years since I've been, but I believe the Esplanade is only up and running on a certain day (Sunday perhaps?)...

I found moderate priced goodies to bring home - hand-decorated pottery, leather goods, wooly slippers and sweaters, etc.

It's a cinch to get there by tram, and there's also decent parking on the side streets. You can add a visit to Luna Park, a walk out onto the pier, a little lunch or pint, etc., while you're down there!

Big trucks

by l_joo

Here in Melbourne, the outlook of trucks is the first thing that impressed me most the moment I arrived. I never seen a truck with such good look. In my country, most trucks were used-vehicles or probably reconditioned types. Here trucks are about 99% brand new, obviously a sign of wealthiness of Australians.

Op Court 1 weer een...

by ronoomen

Op Court 1 weer een nederlander, Peter Wessels moet het opnemen tegen Andrew Ilie, een publiekslieveling bij de Australiers. Het hele court zat vol met Aussies, wij met de nederlanders zoveel mogelijk bij elkaar gaan zitten, om toch nog wat tegengas te kunnen geven. Leuke wedstrijd, hele leuke sfeer, maar helaas verloor Wessels: 3-6, 4-6, 6-3, 4-6.

Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival

by eviltooth

In the spring of 1895 Mark Twain visited Melbourne at just the right time - Melbourne Cup week. Even then, it seems, it was the highlight of the city's social calendar.

"The Melbourne Cup is the Australian National Day," he wrote. "It would be difficult to overstate its importance. It overshadows all other holidays...Overshadows them? I might almost say it blots them out. Cup Day, and Cup Day only, commands an attention, an interest, and an enthusiasm that are universal - and spontaneous, not perfunctory. Cup Day is supreme. It has no rival."

Except, perhaps for Fashions on the Field at the Caufield Cup, or Oaks "Ladies" Day at Flemington, or Victoria Derby "Blokes" Day.

Yes, the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival is full of fabulous excuses to show off that hat you wear but once a year, and that gambling streak in you let loose for the race that stops the nation. And it's great time to celebrate the one major sporting event that doesn't involve kicking, pushing, showing or obscene language - well, not much...

Grand Slam Tennis

by alisonr

If you happen to be in Melbourne in January, you should go to the Australian Open Tennis. The prices are very reasonable and the weather is usually pretty good, so enjoy a couple of days early in the week to see a lot of good players.


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Address: 52 Darling Street, South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria, 3141, Australia